The Bengals and Bills are going to the playoffs and could face off in January, but we won’t have to wait that long to see them on the same court.
The two teams will meet Monday night in Cincinnati for their first game since the 2019 season. That means he’ll be a quarterback. Joe BurrowFirst chance to face Buffalo It will be the first time the Bengals have met the Bills since their rise to the top of the AFC during the 2021 season.
Given the Bills’ place at the top of the AFC playoffs heap, some may see this match-up as a measuring stick for the Bengals but Borough said Thursday that he believes his team has outgrown such things after winning the conference last year.
“Yeah, I mean, we hit everybody,” Burrow said in a press conference. “We know we can play against everyone. We’ve done it in the biggest moments. So like I said, we approach every game the same. We’ve played with everyone in the last couple of years. We haven’t played the Bills yet, so this will be a fun challenge, but they’re good.” In defence, they have a lot of experienced players and they know how to play within their scheme, they play hard, they play fast, they play tactical so it will be a fun challenge.”
The Bengals are on a seven-game winning streak and, if tested or not, extending it to eight games against the Bills will make things even more interesting in the AFC heading into a postseason that could feature another meeting between the two teams that will be involved. Finally on Monday night.
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